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Discussion in 'Longboard Surf Buy/Sell/Trade' started by kpd73, May 30, 2013.
Rails remind me of those meyerhoffer peanut looking boards
you talkin about THIS fella?
hell of a shaper...well...so i hear...
high tech serrated rail, decreases the turn radius while causing an inherent serpentine line of surfing... take your surfing to the next level
I am not only stealing but will be vehemently using - "inherent serpentine line of surfing" in the very near future- Giving you full credit of course DKNJ, once the exasperated breaths of disbelief and eye rolls have come to at least a slow down.
"That's what she said"
7'2" single fin G&S Gordon Smith surfboard - $650
Gordon & Smith Surfboard Vintage 7' shaped by Electric Duck - $450
SURFBOARD - BING NOSERIDER SURFBOARD - $1299
Kurtis Woodin Shred Sled surfboard - $770
Hansen surfboard - $950 - I REACHED OUT BC I HAD INTEREST BUT DONT HAVE THE FREE CASH YET - SELLER WOULD GO $700
Canyon Vintage Surfboard - $300
Vintage Red 7'2" America Funboard Surfboard Single Fin - $135
Hobie Gary propper_VINTAGE 60s LONGBOARDS - $1400
I'm curious how that hansen rides....it also seems a bit odd that it has that style fin as early as 1961. Weren't boards in the early 60's using D fin templates exclusively?
Lackosence, Looking at the Bible (Stoked n Board) http://stokednboard.surfingheritage.org/pdf/fin_overview.pdf
It appears that it is possible that the fin is from '61. D fins were used in the '60's but so were speed fins like the one in the Hansen Craig's List ad. If you go to the above link and look at figures 76 (a fin from '61), 82 (from '63), 83 (from '63), and 94 (from '64), it is certainly possible that the fin is from the early '60s. They became more popular in the mid to late '60s, but were used earlier.
I'm on it!
Yewwww get it!